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Should pharmacies be the only authorised sellers of vapes 鈥 and do you agree with the legislative change that they be OTC? Pharmacies are set to become the only retailers …

Pharmacies are set to share in the 8CPA鈥檚 $26.5 billion funding pool over the next five years, but is the deal enough to secure the viability of the sector?聽 The …

There’s no doubt that there’s a lot going on in the pharmacy sector right now. But does the 2024-5 Federal Budget address any of your concerns? It’s been billed as …

Academics back pharmacists to dispense nicotine vapes without prescriptions 鈥 we want to know if you believe they should be Pharmacist Only products?聽 Legislation aimed at restricting access to nicotine …

Excitement that a deal to deliver the 8CPA by 1 July was signed on the eve of APP is turning to scepticism聽 The signing of a heads of agreement聽for the …

Following the announcement of a heads of agreement for the Eighth Community Pharmacy Agreement (8CPA) – we want to know if you are feeling more confident about the future of …

The second tranche of medicines available under 60-day dispensing is now live 鈥 and we want to know how it will affect you It鈥檚 no secret that the 60-day dispensing …

Pharmacists are working more and spending less in order to try and make ends meet, our poll reveals The cost of living crisis continues to hit Australians hard, whether it鈥檚 …

2023 was a huge year in pharmacy 鈥 what鈥檚 on your agenda in 2024? As the PSA鈥檚 Fei Sim told the AJP Podcast, 2023 was a 鈥渕onumental year鈥 in the …

The cost of living gauge has now become extreme, says a new 鈥減ressure reading鈥 鈥 but how is it impacting pharmacists? Tell us in our poll below There鈥檚 no doubt …

A significant number of pharmacists say the increase to their registration fees isn鈥檛 justified鈥ere鈥檚 what Ahpra says in response Recently, a pharmacist who preferred to remain anonymous wrote to the …

One pharmacist has written to us concerned about the increase in pharmacist registration fees 鈥 we鈥檇 like to know what you think A couple of weeks ago, Ahpra announced that …